Echo de Lynch Bages, Pauillac
    Château Lynch Bages

    Echo de Lynch Bages, Pauillac,



    Echo de Lynch Bages, Pauillac, 2010

    Justerini & Brooks Tasting note
    Echo de Lynch Bages, Pauillac, 2010

    Echo represents just 26% of the crop, produced from 58% Cabernet Sauvignon, 33% Merlot and 9% Cabernet Franc. Superb colour. The bouquet offers notes of cool cassis fruit and genuine Pauillac character. On the palate there is real intensity and no shortage of flavour: juicy, engaging red berries, hedgerow fruit, sloes and blackcurrants. This is a taut, distinguished second wine. Very good indeed!

    Jane Anson, Inside Bordeaux
    Rich and deep, cocoa bean, slate and espresso, so intense that you have to look twice to see that it is a 2nd wine. Tannins layer up through the palate, not drying but certainly chewy and firm, with lashings of blackberry and cassis fruit, held in place by espresso-laced tannins. Mix of new and one year old barrels for ageing, 3.63ph. Out to impress.
    Date Reviewed:
    Drinking Window:
    2028 - 2040
    Neal Martin, Vinous
    The 2023 Echo de Lynch-Bages has a high-toned bouquet of cassis and floral notes that will appeal to those seeking a more hedonistic Pauillac in this vintage. The palate is medium-bodied and fleshy with succulent tannins and a cashmere-like mouthfeel. The finish is ripe and quite long. Drink it over the next six to eight years.
    Date Reviewed:
    Drinking Window:
    2026 - 2036


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    Château Lynch Bages

    Château Lynch Bages

    Jean-Charles Cazes became the tenant at Lynch Bages in 1934, later purchasing the estate and starting a program of investment, restoring the Chateau and undertaking much work in the vineyards. The estate has since prospered, becoming recognised globally, but being particularly popular in the UK market. The estate is now run by Jean-Charles’ great grandson, Jean-Charles.

    There are three principle plots, one between the village of Bages and the outskirts of Pauillac, one to the west of Bages towards Grand Puy Lacoste, and the final plot lies at the south of the commune close to St Julien. In all there are approximately 100 hectares under vine on classic Gunzian gravel over marl, chalk and sand. The vineyards are planted with 72% Cabernet Sauvignon, 20% Merlot, 5% Cabernet Franc and 3% Petit Verdot. Recent vintages have seen the estate returning to its very best form, not that they have ever really suffered any loss of form. This 5th growth estate has always been an over-performer, but recent efforts would suggest that the wines are on a par with the ‘Super Seconds’.

    It is also worth mentioning their excellent second wine, Echo de Lynch Bages. This was previously called Haut Bages Averous. Since the 2008 vintage, Echo along with the excellent Ormes des Pez offers drinkers the Lynch Bages style at a fraction of the cost.

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